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Tulsa man swallows girlfriend's nose

A man allegedly bit off his girlfriend's nose as they sat down for dinner, police said. 

The family was having dinner at a house in the 3000 block of North Cincinnati Avenue when 
Jody Bennett came out of a back room with a napkin over her face and said her boyfriend, 
Greg Hill, had bitten her nose, Cpl. Larry Edwards said. 

Ambulance personnel who were summoned saw that Bennett's nose was bitten off where it 
should have been attached to her face and reportedly called the police. "We looked around 
and tried to find a nose but couldn't find it," Edwards said. "I think he swallowed it." 

An ambulance took Bennett, 37, to St. John Medical Center, where police already had talked to 
emergency room personnel about pumping Hill's stomach in an attempt to find the nose, Cpl. Shane Tuell said. 
"They said, given the acid in the stomach, that it would be a futile effort to try and do that," Tuell said. 
The nose is made primarily of cartilage and other soft tissues that stomach acid can dissolve quickly. 

After police arrived, they had to use pepper spray on Hill, 45, while trying to arrest him, Edwards said. 

Hill denied having bitten off Bennett's nose, Detective Demita Kinard said. Before police took him to jail, 
Hill sat handcuffed under a porch light while firefighters cleaned orange pepper spray and blood off his face. 

He was booked into the Tulsa Jail on complaints of aggravated assault and battery, resisting arrest 
and destroying evidence.  If Bennett cooperates with Hill's prosecution after a criminal charge is filed, 
she could receive help from domestic violence groups to recover from her injury, Tuell said. 

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